Charity Styled shoot for G.O.S.H.
It's always fun to do different things in my job. I recently got asked if I would help style a charity photoshoot in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital, I checked my diary expecting to be busy but I had kept the date free as it was my mums birthday which had ended up with just dinner plans later so I was free to go and get creative!
I turned up to the location, Studio Six, in the Essex countryside, a great little photographic studio with room for styling. I met up with friends and fellow stylists Jennie Galgey and Clarissa Clary.
There was basically non stop chatting, laughing and fun all morning, our models arrived for styling, I styled two models, Nicola and Chloe, Chloe had half blonde, half red hair and was perfect for a vintage themed style. With hair styled Clarissa worked her magic with her make-up. Chloe wore some vintage style underware for her shoot.
Nicola was next to be styled. Nicola had dark mid length hair, I had brought my massive supply of clip-in hair extensions and decided to add Nicola's dark brown colour plus some blonde and light brown pieces to, this made the hair longer and thicker. I wanted to do somthing a bit different so decided on an oversized mohawk braid entertwined with ribbon and lace (which I'd also packed!)
I pretty much have a 'Mary Poppins' bag! Prepared for any eventuality! ;)
Nicola had brought various outfits and chose a cream dress to show off her dark mane of hair. Then changed into a black dress where I changed the style to textured , volumized curls.
So the idea was professional and amateur photographers came along and paid a fee for charity to use the facilities and photograph the models with various backdrops and props supplied by Studio Six.
I lost count how many photographers walked through the door. The models all eventually had a quick change into the GOSH T-shirts for a charity pose. I managed to get a few shots then it was time to pack up and get ready for my mums birthday dinner with my family........Fab day,.Life of a stylist!
If you'd like to give a donation to Great Ormond Street childrens charity then click on the link below. Every
Great news! Our work got published and I've just found out we raised the grand total of £720 for charity.